Telia Company, Latvijas Mobilais Telefons, Telekom Slovenije and others will expand the reach of DT's IoT Solutions Optimizer to eight more European countries.
New chips enable learning for the Internet of things, writes Martin Garner, COO at CCS Insight.
Orange Business Services is working with Abu Dhabi Municipality (ADM) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to develop an ‘IoT Cockpit’ app to provide more holistic oversight for city leaders.
O2 says 50 sites are now live on its Long Term Evolution, category M1 (LTE-M) low-power, wide-area network (LPWAN) for IoT devices.
The move is intended to offer operators cloud-native service assurance via software as a service (Saas), using artificial intelligence, automation and analytics.
The first wave of Orange Belgium’s industrial partners include the Port of Antwerp, chemical firm Borealis and polymer manufacturer Covestro.
Wholesale carrier BICS says 4G roaming traffic doubled in 2019 for the third consecutive year.
ISA is also what telecoms professionals need to do to win in IoT – whatever the sector, in this pivotal year.
There will be around 400 million unlicensed low-power wide-area (LPWA) IoT connections by 2025, according to new analysis from Strategy Analytics.
Research highlights three trends in machine-to-machine (M2M), IoT and Internet of Everything (IoE) that will deliver, and three that won’t.
O2, Ericsson and Northumbrian Water are trialling 5G to help manage 1.1 billion litres of water and sewerage services across the UK’s North East region.
This is Nokia’s first Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING) deal in Latin America and in the continent's biggest market.
5G will cover up to 65% of the world's population by the end of 2025 and handle 45% of global mobile data traffic by then the report says.
The platform is being developed by the Technical Committee Smart Card Platform, which standardised previous generations of SIM cards.
The number of consumers using connected devices and applications has increased 66% in two years, according to Telefónica’s second report on the Internet of Things (IoT).
The company has deployed private wireless networks for more than 120 customers, including 32 public sector organisations and smart cities.
They say the new collaboration space will help solve business problems with IoT solutions, foster a European ecosystem and inspire innovation.
After the launch of two nano-satellites, Dutch start-up Hiber is rolling out a low-power IoT network to connect the 90% of the world that previously lacked connectivity.
The companies announced a strategic collaboration to jointly develop AI and IoT solutions to help operators and other enterprises with digital transformation.
This was the message from Ivo Rook, SVP, IoT, Sprint, during his keynote at Total Telecom Congress in London.
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